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Tuscan Soup Paperback – 4 Apr 2002
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A latter-day version of La Ronde . . . hilarious and comically naughty . . . the escapades are underlaid by genuine affection for the characters and a genuine desire to entertain. (The Sunday Times)
'TUSCAN SOUP is a thoroughly, unashamedly, gloriously romantic romp through the Italian countryside with a motley, hilarious crew straight out of a Mike Leigh film. A Tuscan comedy of manners and errors, beautifully observed and painfully funny.' Meera Syal
Ideal holiday reading. (Good Book Guide)
TUSCAN SOUP is a thoroughly, unashamedly, gloriously romantic romp through the Italian countryside with a motley, hilarious crew straight out of a Mike Leigh film. A Tuscan comedy of manners and errors, beautifully observed and painfully funny.' (Meera Syal)
All the right ingredients; given a good stir; delicious outcome! (Jenni Murray)
Treat yourself. Buy this book and savour the delicious ingredients in Tuscan Soup. (Sue Townsend)
A cure for the blues. Lou Wakefield knows how to make us happy. (Dorothy Rowe)
I loved the novel: I saw myself in it and all of Tuscany. It's tightly written, it's very funny and once started, couldn't be put down. (Miriam Margolyes)
A hilarious romantic comedy which takes place during a momentous summer holiday in TuscanySee all Product description
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One of my all-time favourite books. A very simple story line, but enormous detail in the characters and their pre-conceived notions on what a holiday might entail. Read morePublished on 25 Aug. 2011 by WEEK END CHEF
I read this book feeling that as an art teacher, I would feel some empathy for the main character of the book - Marion Hardcastle (also an art teacher). Read morePublished on 19 Aug. 2002
Great for a holiday read - if you don't require more than very easy going entertainment. It seems like the author wants to be Jackie Collins and PG Wodehouse at the same time. Read morePublished on 12 Aug. 2002 by Stine Kirkegaard